Nature, nature and more nature.

The spectacular panoramic views and intact landscapes of La Gomera are transformed when they are experienced and conveyed by those who love the island. Guided tours become one of the most interesting alternatives of sustainable tourism thanks to their scenic and didactic attraction.

The experience brings together elements of the agricultural landscape such as rock faces, terraces, vegetation and animal species with the historical and cultural aspects which are characteristic of the island.

Hiking: Garajonay National Park Tour

In one day we visit the most famous places and hiking trails in the national park of Garajonay. A way of discovering the Gomeran forest by means of interpreting our natural heritage and ethnographic values. Perfect for lovers of quiet and peaceful walks.

Hiking: Ways of clay with Ymaguara

Get to know a traditional craft: the Gomeran Pottery. A hiking activity on traditional tracks that starts at the impressive mountain La Fortaleza of Chipude, a sacred place of ancient rites and marvelous views. We visit the visitors’ center of Las Loceras where we can see beautiful hand-crafted vessels made without the aid of a potter’s wheel or molds.


Calle Pablo González Vera, s/n. 38840. Vallehermoso. La Gomera. Canary Islands. Spain.

Geographical coordinates: Lat. 28.180454; Long. -17.265279

Accreditations (quality and/or sustainability)

European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas (EUROPARC Federation).

Action area

  • Garajonay National Park.
  • La Gomera Biosphere Reserve.
  • La Fortaleza Natural Monument.


Spanish, English.


From 40,00 €

General comments

  • Perfect for lovers of quiet and peaceful walks.
  • A route with low on intensity but high on feelings.
  • Guided walk.
  • Small groups up to 8 people.
  • Food is not included.

Commitment to the biodiversity conservation and/or the protected area

In addition to the basic requirements of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism, our company has additionally undertaken up to 10 voluntary commitments. These commitments serve to improve the services we offer and our connection with the protected natural space. Likewise, improving our environmental behaviour, as well as supporting local development and heritage conservation.

Some examples highlighting the effects of these commitments are:

  • Exchange of experiences with other protected spaces.
  • Minimise picnic waste. Search for biodegradable packaging.
  • Create a route of the shepherding culture…

Contact details

  • Phone number: (0034) 645 927 650
  • Email: info@ymaguara.com
  • Website: www.ymaguara.com




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